"Code Vein is a sexist action RPG about post-apocalyptic vampires that borrows liberally from Dark Souls, while speeding up and complicating its combat in ways that I really like. The plot’s a bit rubbish." RPS says.
This author doesn't know what sexist means apparently, scantily clad women or a man wanting to protect a woman isn't sexist...
90% of the review: "Bobs and vagene is bad" 10% of the review: "But the game is good, I would recommend if not for the bobs" The f**k is wrong with this dude
What a worthless loser that has never seen women before. Heavens forbid this person ever go outside. All the women wearing mini skirts and booty shorts would drive this clown insane.
What is with game reviewers having a problem with sex appeal? it's a selling point of the game. There is nothing wrong with games like this. Reviews like this feel really out of touch.
Almost all gaming media are trying to push an agenda these days. Sure they can have their own opinion but its unfortunate they all want to virtue signal rather than focus on their job, reviewing a game..
Unlike the Souls/Borne games when you die in "Code Vein" you only have one chance to reclaim your XP, however, unlike the Souls/Borne games you are also on a tight time limit although you can extend this time by destroying enemies. This extensible time limit is also in games like "Lords of the Fallen" or "The Surge". As for "scantily clad women", well like it or not "sex sells" and if you select a female as your main character you can choose a variety of sometimes revealing clothing (your choice) or not. Of course, you still have female NPC's that have revealing clothing (not all) but that is in the eyes of the beholder.
2019 - Can't have scantily clothed females Who the [BEEP] cares, mark the game based on (Gameplay/Visuals/Story)
This is one of many examples of why I don't rely on journalist reviews anymore. They're too biased and always put in their own political views on it.
RPA = Rock Paper Agenda RPT = Rock Paper Trash User reviews on Steam are very positive, and the trial on PS4 isn’t bad. I will be buying this game.
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